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  • 1. SCOTLAND
  • 2.  
  • 3.
    • It's part of United Kingdom in the North of the island.
    • Borders with England,North Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Irish Sea includes 790 islands.
    • Independent until 1707.
  • 4.
    • Capital: Edinburg.
    • Official Language: English.
    • Other languages: Gaelic,Scots .
  • 5. SCOTTISH HEROES
    • William Wallace, leader during The Wars of Scottish Independence against England in 13 th century.
    • Rob Roy known as Scottish Robin Hood in 18 th century.
  • 6. EDINBURGH CAPITAL OF SCOTLAND
  • 7. OLD TOWN AND NEW TOWN
  • 8. GLASGOW THE LARGEST AND INDUSTRIAL CITY
  • 9. BALMORAL RESIDENCE OF BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY IN SCOTLAND
  • 10. HIGHLANDS This part in the North has ancient rocks and the highest elevations
  • 11. SPEYSIDE SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKIES AREA AROUND THE RIVER SPEY IN THE NORT H
  • 12. CASTLES
  • 13.  
  • 14. LOCH NESS AND LOMOND
  • 15.  
  • 16. HAGGIS BAGPIPES TYPICAL FOOD FESTIVAL IN AUGUST

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